- Summaries (1)
During a drunken evening, Leary loses his gun. Shannon does whatever he can to help his partner find the weapon, but only Leary knows what he did. As Leary frantically retraces his steps from the previous evening, Shannon begins a bond with Williams over a personal matter. The two decide to follow up on the tail of the Walkers, Vern who is still camping in the bushes. They stumble upon Rob and Kerry, the tail ending in tragic consequences. In the murders of Danny Zinn and Carla, Taylor, after viewing the dead body of her informant and friend Carla on the autopsy table, vows to assist Kosmo on the case in whatever way she can. However, Taylor's partner, Curtis, seems to be pushing her into a corner on the investigation, inferring partly that she was a reason Carla was killed. In the Moorehouse house fire, Chick uncovers some evidence leading to the arrest of Moorehouse for this fire. Da Vinci informs the Westerbrooks of this news, they who want further answers on their daughter's death in light of what seems to be the cause of this fire. Also with this investigation, Steadman hires a forensic specialist to review his daughter's death. With the Ravenwood Cemetery issue, all the co-mingled bodies end up being walk aways. Da Vinci receives eyewitness testimony of abuse and possible killing of patients during the 1970's. Da Vinci uses this information to implicate the cemetery grounds keeper, Ken Folkstone, this before Da Vinci learns of the unreliability of the witness. Laura Maitland becomes more of a nuisance to Kurtz, Maitland whose objective seems to be more than just protection from a stalker. And at the end of a long day, Leary finally decides to talk to Josie's sister, Annie.
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